By Thomas Curwen Los Angeles Times
LOS ANGELES — Of course Joe Cirrito was tired, but there was no turning back.
"One foot in front of the other," he told himself as he dressed Saturday morning in full tactical gear and resumed his 100-mile run from an empty field south of Bakersfield — where onions once grew — to Los Angeles.
A senior lead officer with the Los Angeles Police Department's Olympic Division, Cirrito had put in 18 hours the day before, covering almost half the...
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